NFL salary cap figures, team by team

NFL salary cap figures, team by team

The Cincinnati Bengals are leading the league. In salary cap space, that is. With 56 players under contract, the Bengals are $20.58 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $120.6 million. Here's a look at the updated salary-cap status for all 32 teams counting their top 51 contracts as of March 31:

1. Cincinnati Bengals: $20.58 million.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars: $20.27 million.

3. Seattle Seahawks: $18.98 million.

4. Cleveland Browns: $18.50 million.

5. Tennessee Titans: $18.46 million.

6. Kansas City Chiefs: $17.04 million.

7. Philadelphia Eagles: $16.25 million.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: $15.81 million.

9. Minnesota Vikings: $14.57 million.

10. Denver Broncos: $11.13 million.

11. Indianapolis Colts: $10.624 million.

12. Buffalo Bills: $9.71 million.

13. New England Patriots: $9.49 million.

14. New York Jets: $7.69 million.

15. Washington Redskins: $7.18 million.

16. Miami Dolphins: $6.47 million.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers: $5.88 million.

18. San Diego Chargers: $5.62 million.

19. San Francisco 49ers: $5.30 million.

20. Detroit Lions: $4.51 million.

21. St. Louis Rams: $4.31 million.

22. Houston Texans: $3.59 million.

23. Chicago Bears: $3.54 million.

24. New York Giants: $3.43 million.

25. Oakland Raiders: $3.429 million.

26. Green Bay Packers: $3.425 million.

27. Dallas Cowboys: $2.16 million.

28. Baltimore Ravens: $1.75 million.

29. Atlanta Falcons: $1.65 million.

30. Arizona Cardinals: $1.64 million.

31. New Orleans Saints: $1.41 million.

32. Carolina Panthers: $508,978.

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